PRP Treatment in the Denver, CO. Area

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an advanced treatment physicians have used to help repair damaged or injured tissues in your body. This minimally invasive procedure helps initiate your system’s restorative process by utilizing the growth factors that platelets are known to contain. PRP therapy is autologous, meaning it is derived from the patient, therefore reducing the risk of rejection or allergic reaction.

The Benefits of PRP Therapy

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Moderate Level of Signalling Molecules

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Comes from your own blood.

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Short Recovery time

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Rapid results with long-term benefits

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Targeted and accelerated healing

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Moderate Level of Signalling Molecules

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Comes from your own blood.

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Short Recovery time

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Rapid results with long-term benefits

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Targeted and accelerated healing

Facts & Information About PRP

The result of the treatment is the natural stimulation of growth factors moving towards the treated area. There are no known side effects of PRP, although you may occasionally experience minor swelling or pain near the injection points for a short period of time.

How Does PRP Work?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is in the category of restorative therapies that is autologous, meaning that blood is utilized from your own body. Blood contains components called platelets and platelets contain growth factors. Growth factors activate and stimulate cellular regeneration in the body. Source

PRP therapy is effective in the skin for overall rejuvenation and healing, in the joints for pain relief and the repair of soft tissue damage and in the scalp to awaken dormant follicles and stimulate hair growth. When released, growth factors encourage collagen production and the formation of new capillaries. 

    PRP has gained national media attention recently due to recognition in efficacy by members of the NFL, NBA, PGA, NHL and MLS. The treatment is quick, minimally invasive and essentially painless. PRP harnesses the body’s natural healing abilities without surgery or drugs.

    The treatment is simple and can be completed within an hour. A minimal amount of blood is taken from the patient and then placed in a centrifuge for separation. The Platelet Rich Plasma is segmented and transferred to a syringe. PRP is golden in color, viscous and easily injected without pain or downtime.

    Possible Conditions Treated by PRP Therapy

    Have you been diagnosed with one the following?

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    Tendinitis

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    Bursitis

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    Hip arthritis

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    Knee arthritis

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    Osteoarthritis

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    SI joint dysfunction

    What Are the Anticipated Outcomes?

    Since the aim of PRP treatment is to relieve pain via natural healing, it can turn out to have lasting outcomes. Patients may experience initial improvement within first few weeks of getting the injection, with gradual progress as the healing continues. Clinical practice and research studies show that PRP therapy is very effective for pain relief and complete recovery towards a normal life. MRI imaging and ultrasound have confirmed definitive results in terms of tissue repair after PRP therapy. In fact, it can reduce the need of surgery a great deal.

    Are You A Candidate for PRP Therapy?

    Struggling with acute or chronic pain is an excruciating process and finding relief can be difficult. We are here for you. Our highly trained clinicians can make an accurate diagnosis for your pain condition and the PRP procedure may be the best treatment choice for you. Bring an end to allowing pain to run your life and start by checking if you’re a candidate now!

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